NEW DELHI: Indian bowler Yuzvendra Chahal says he used to be dangled from a Fifteenth-floor lodge balcony through a closely inebriated fellow participant throughout the Indian Premier League in 2013.
The incident came about throughout a get-together when the leg-spinner, who has performed 61 one-day internationals for India, used to be part of the Mumbai Indians franchise.
Chahal in the past alleged that he used to be additionally bullied through Mumbai teammates in 2011 when he used to be an up-and-coming ability.
“So there used to be a participant who used to be very inebriated — and I would possibly not take his identify —he used to be very inebriated, he simply referred to as me apart and he took me out of doors and he hung me out from the balcony,” Chahal, now 31, stated in a video posted Thursday through his present IPL staff Rajasthan Royals.
“I used to be preserving directly to him, with my fingers round his neck. If I had misplaced my grip, we have been at the Fifteenth surface… had there been a small mistake there, I’d have fallen down,” he stated.
Chahal stated he used to be stored through individuals who rushed to his rescue.
“I more or less fainted and so they gave me water. Then I realised how accountable we want to be after we pass any place,” stated the bowler, who used to be chatting within the video to fellow spinner Ravichandran Ashwin about tough off-field scenarios.
Former India all-rounder and trainer Ravi Shastri stated the incident should now not be taken flippantly and referred to as for gamers to be banned from the sport in the event that they dedicate such an offence.
“Any person’s existence is in danger, some other people may suppose it’s humorous however for me, it isn’t humorous in any respect,” he stated throughout ESPNcricinfo’s ‘T20 Time Out’ programme.
“If such an incident occurs these days, (give) a existence ban for that individual concerned and ship that individual to a rehab centre as temporarily as conceivable.”
Chahal had alleged in a podcast previous this 12 months that, in some other incident, his then Mumbai teammates James Franklin and Andrew Symonds tied him up, taped his mouth and left him in a room and forgot about him in 2011.